UEFA Euro 2020 speelsteden

June 11, 2021 – July 11, 2021 – The UEFA European Championships — delayed for one year due to the coronavirus pandemic, but retaining the UEFA Euro 2020 title — takes place across Europe, with 51 matches at 11 venues over four weeks.

The tournament will be hosted in 11 cities across Europe, down from the original 12 after Dublin was forced to withdraw over Covid-19 issues.

Dublin lost out because it was unable to meet UEFA’s demand that host city stadiums must be able to hold at least 25% capacity to be allowed to keep their fixtures. Dublin’s three group games were moved to St Petersburg and its last-16 knockout match will be played at Wembley.

Bilbao was similarly affected, with its four games reallocated to fellow Spanish city Seville.

Confirmed venues:
London, Wembley Stadium
Glasgow, Hampden Park
Seville, Estadio La Cartuja
Munich, Allianz Arena,
Rome, Stadio Olimpico
Amsterdam, Johan Cruiff ArenA
Copenhagen, Parken Stadium,
Budapest, Puskas Arena
Bucharest, National Arena
St Petersburg, Krestovsky Stadium
Baku, Olympic Stadium

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